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FOR SALE — Antique 8-room house, 
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Ladies Day at IVayside Inn 

The May meeting of the Association will be held at the Way- 
side Inn, Sudbury, Mass., on Thursday, May 12, at noon. The 
County Treasurers Association, with ladies, has been invited to 
attend. 

Reports on recent legislation of interest to the Association 
will be made. The meeting will be addressed by Judge Charles L. 
Hibbard, Justice of the District Court at Pittsfield, and Chairman 
of the Administration Committee of District Courts. 

Judge Arthur P. Stone, of the Cambridge District Court, and 
Judge Philip S. Parker, of the Brookline Municipal Court, mem- 
bers of the committee, will be guests. 

Hon. Theodore N. Waddell, Commissioner of Accounts, and 
Mr. Kenneth L. Damren, County Personal Board Administrator 
will be present and conferences with them may be held before and 
after lunch. 

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It is hoped that all members of the Association will attend this 
meeting and bring questions concerning the Courts which will assist 
in solving some of these problems. 

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are to be present in order that suitable arrangements may be made 
for you and your lady guests. 

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FREDERICK A. LEAVITT, Secretary 
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LONGFELLOW AFTER 50 YEARS 

[From the Minneapolis Journal] 

Fifty years ago, in the spring of 1882, 
Henry W. Longfellow died at Cambridge, 
Massachusetts, after a few hours' illness. 
At the time, few critics questioned the 
belief that his fame among the major 
poets was secure. He was ranked with. 
Tennyson and Browning abroad, perhaps 
a little below these mighty bards; and 
with "Whittier and Bryant in America. 

In the- half century following their 
passing from the stage of action, the 
fame of all these poets has suffered a 
change, and we have seen the surprising 
rise in the values of Walt Whitman, Poe 
and, probably, Swinburne, the two latter 
for their singing- voices and Whitman 
both for his content and new rhythms. 
In the 1880's few, if any, could have be- 
lie\ed that half a century would make 
so astonishing a change in popular ani 
critical valuations. In Great Britain, 
even Tennyson and Browning have been 
deprived of the highest seats among the 
mighty, though this judgment is still 
bitterjy fought. 

But a half century among poets is all 
too short for a final judgment. In the 
case of Longfellow we may hazard the 
guess that his fame has already seen its 
lowest point and is today slightly on the 
up grade. The same is probably true of 
Tennyson. It would indeed be interest- 
ing to glance over the critical estimates 
of these poets in the year 1982, after 
another half century has gone and the 
full century since their passing has 
rounded itself out. 

If we might hazard another guess in 
the case of Longfellow, it would be that 
the full century would be likely to rest 
his laurels less upon his longer efforts 
such as "Hiawatha," "Evangeline" and 
"Tales of a Wayside Inn" and more upon 
his shorter poems and sonnets. But 
what folly even to attempt a guess! Un- 
doubtedly Longfellow is read and loved 
today, and it is difficult to believe that 
his fame will be found along lower levels 
of estimate at the close of another fifty 
years. 

The most astonishing phenomenon in 
our literary annals in the last fifty years 
is the siow but steady rise of Walt Whit- 
man in the public estimation. Today his 
first scorned edition of 1855 finds eager 
bidders around the sum of three thou- 
sand dollars in the auction rooms, and 
promises to continue its surprising ad- 
vance. 

But Longfellow is loved and read, 
where he is loved and read, for quite 
other qualities than those of Whitman. 
He still remains "one of the sweet sing- 
ers of the heart." 



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! MY FRIEND FROM WASHINGTON AND HER LITTLE SON 
((whose Paris salon was one of my dropping-in places when I was 
last abroad) . . . are at heart ardent New Englanders! . . . 
So when they came to me, l'autre jour, for Boston guidance . . . 
and we'd done the obvious CITY things (such as Old State House, 
Public Library and Art Museum) . . . Madame suddenly sug- 
gested: "Now what about motoring out to Longfellow's Wayside 
Inn for tea?" . . 



By PETER FANEUIL 



TEN MINUTES LATER we were 
headed towards Sudbury and, scrap- 
ing up some of my history-facts, 
I was reminding my guests that 
Sudbury was one of the FIRST 
towns settled by our Puritan fore- 
hears, Rev. Edmund Browne, who 
named the place after the Suffolk- 
shire home of his childhood when 
<in 1638) he settled here in "the 
.wilderness!" 

ARRIVING AT THE QUAINT 
old Inn (surrounded by apple- 
blossoms and other freshly-green 
trees and shrubs) I made tea 
reservations at the tap-room where 
in one corner is the wooden port- 
cullis which used to be raised or 
lowered according to the demand 
for mugs of best India flip and 
toddy in the days when THEY re- 
freshed rather than (synthetic) 
cock.t3.ils 

THEN -. tO' THE wide-doored 
barn, en fatfe, for TEA is something 
of a function at the Inn, and one's 
name is called, by the pretty bar- 
maid, when the bevarage is properly 
brewed) where the first thing we 
found was an old stagecoach and 
a tapestry-lined closed sleigh (very 
elegant pour les dames back in 
Longfellow's day) ... a hand-made 
wooden shovel . . . yokes for oxen 
and other interesting trophies of 
the past! . . . Glancing through 



the wide door, the lad of my party 
went MAD with delight at the sight 
of sheep (and an occasional lamb) 
lazily grazing on the nearby hill- 
side. 

OUTSIDE WE FOUND, in strik- 
ing contrast to all this, a snappy 
yellow sport car whicn an exceed- 
inly attractive jeune fille was care- 
fully parking . . . and a jovial 
chauffeur guard : ng his mistress's 
little Sealyham which "was at- 
tacked a few moments ago by ons 
of THEM sheep!" . . . Somehow 
(with the wonders we'd seen and 
were TO see) the tea seemed a bit 
drab, something to be got through 
with quickly! . . . 

ALORS, we toured the historic 
house with its state-chamber (with 

wallpaper of bluebells) where 
Lafayette had once slept when en 
route to Boston . . . the Washing- 
ton, Edison AND Longfellow 
rooms. In the latter wt all paused 
reverentially, over a faded red vel- 
vet wing-chair in which the great 
poet very likely sat when planning 
and writing his famous "Tales of 
the Wayside Inn" . . . 

WHEN WE ARRD7ED at the 
Little Red Scht»olhouse (now a 
semi-private school) we found that 
the pupils for the day had depart- 
ed with their lessons . . . This 
structure, you recall, was original- 
ly in Sterling, Mass., and is over 
100 years old. A pretty school- 
marm, busy correcting papers, re- 
minded us that it was to THIS 
ecole that the original Mary (Mary 
E. Sawyer, who died in 1889) had 
brought her little lamb! . . . All 
this was so quaint (especially to 
the boy of my party) that we 
found it hard to tear ourselves 
away ... A little later, I under- 
stand, there's to be some sort of a 
memorial at the Inn to Washing- 
ton (if Henry Ford's present plans 
are put through) ... to dedicate 
the Washington Memorial Highway. 



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THE GARDEN CLUBS MEET 

One of the happier phenomena of the last 
few years has been the increase of interest 
among Americans in gardens As a people we 
are traditionally migratory, moviafc from one 
home to another with a casualna&Tthat would 
distress our European contemporaries. But 
more and more Americans, as the*'llation ma- 
tures, are gaining a feeling of attachment for 
the soil — a desire to establish thqKselves and 
their family in a place that will be theirs 
and their descendants' for many years. A home 
like that, whether a sizeable estate or a small 
cottage in the suburbs, must have its trees 
and its garden. Something that will endure, 
something that will grow and burst into blos- 
som every spring — something that has per- 
manency. 

Not a small part of this wholesome ten- 
dency has been due to the garden clubs which 
have been formed in communities throughout 
the country. In these organizations women 
have fount? not only ideas and inspirations for 
improving their own homes and grounds, but 
the opportunity, as a group, to carry out pro- 
jects of value to the city or town where they 
live. Unsightly scars left by highway construc- 
tion have been hidden by shrubbery and flowers. 
Neglected parks have been reclaimed, the 
grounds of hospitals and other institutions 
made more attractive, and so on. In ihort, 
there has developed a co-operative spirit bene- 
fitting both the garden at home and the com- 
munity at large. 

The Garden Club Federation of Massachu- 
setts is entertaining this week, from Tuesday 
to Friday, the National Council of State Gar- 
den Club Federations, which met last year in 
Chattanooga. Boston is glad to be the host 
and wishes them all success in their efforts to 
make America a beautiful country. 






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SOUTH SUJBURY PROGRAM 



(WAYSIDjS M) JUNE 10, 1932 at 9:15 A. M. 



1. Meet "Washington " at Calvin How House. 

Introduce Brigadier General and Colonel Nixon. 

March to Inn preceded by drums and escorted by Masons - horsemen and 

coach with Governor Ely. 

2. Program at Inn. 

Singing of "Yankee Doodle" by school children as "Washington" approaches. 
Introduction S£ prominent citizens to "General Washington" ending with 
Mr. Harvey Fairbanks. 

Speech of Welcome to South Sudbury by Mr. Fairbanks, ending with intro- 
duction of Ezekiel How. 

Speech of Welcome to the Inn by Ezekiel Ho?/. 
Singing of American Hymn by school children. 
Speech by "Washington." 
Singir.g of Imerica by entire group. 
"Washington" and retinue move on. 

3. Speaking by Governor Ely and members of committee. 






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Highway ifutratunt 

AGAWAM TO BOSTON 
JUNE 8-9-10, 1932 

Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of 
the birth of The Father of Our Country 



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1932 



George Washington, in the course of his life, was a 
national leader in three great epochs: the opening of the 
West, the Revolutionary War, and the establishment of the 
Constitution. In each of these periods he visited Massachu- 
setts: in 1756 as a frontier officer; in 1775 as the commander 
of the national army; in 1789 as the head of the nation. On 
that third journey he was met and escorted by admiring fellow 
citizens all the way from the Connecticut line to Boston. 
Nothing, therefore, could be more patriotic than to repeat 
this third journey as an evidence of the love and remembrance 
of Washington felt by the Massachusetts of his time, and 
inherited by the present Massachusetts people. 

Sponsored by the Massachusetts George 
Washington Bi-Centennial Commission 



ITINERARY 

June 8. Leave 12:30 p.m. State Line 



{Committee Chairman) 





Arr. 
Leave 


12:45 P.M. 

1:15 P.M. 


3 

Agawam 


Charles W. Hull 




Arr. 
Leave 


1:30 P.M. 
3:00 P.M. 


3 

§ West Springfield . 


Winthrop Bagg 


June 9. 


Arr. 
Leave 


3:30 P.M. 
9:00 A.M. 


2 

*SPRINGFIELD 


William F. Adams 



9 North Wilbraham 
Arr. 9:30 A.M. 5 





Leave 10:20 a.m. 




Palmer David L. Bodfish 




Arr. 10:45 A.M. 
Leave 11:00 a.m. 


5 
6 


West Brimfield 

Warren Rev. George H. Cummings 




Arr. 11:30 A.M. 
Leave 12:15 p.m. 


3 
3 


West Brookfield 

Brookfield Rev. Henry J. Kilbourn 




Arr. 

Leave 


12:30 P.M. 
2:00 P.M. 


3 
3 


East Brookfield 
ISpencer Dr. Alonzo A. Bemis 




Arr. 
Leave 


2:15 P.M. 
3:00 P.M. 


5 


Leicester Melvin C. Knight 




Arr. 
Leave 


3:20 P.M. 
4:45 P.M. 


8 


WORCESTER Prof. Zelotes W. Coombs 




Arr. 
Leave 


5:OOP.M. 

5:45 P.M. 


6 


Shrewsbury John P. Warren 




Arr. 
Leave 


6:00 P.M. 
6:45 P.M. 


5 


Northborough Rev. Charles S. Pease 


June 10 


Arr. 
. Leave 


7:00 P.M. 
9:00 A.M. 


6 
•xMARLBOROUGH Chas. F. McCarthy 




Arr. 

Leave 


9:15 A.M. 
9:45 A.M. 


5 


Wayside Inn (Sudbury) Mr. P. W. Jones 




Arr. 
Leave 


10:00 A.M. 
10:45 A - M - 


6 


Wayland Mrs. Nellie Rice Fiske 




Arr. 11:00 a.m. 
Leave 11:45 A - M - 


4 


Weston B. Loring Young 



Arr. 12:00 noon 5 

Leave 2:00 p.m. JWALTHAM 



John H.Walsh 



Arr. 2:15 P.M. 3 

Leave 3:00 P.M. Watertown 



Maurice H. O'Connell 



Arr. 3:20 P.M. 5 
Leave 4:30 P.M. 



Cambridge Stephen H. Mahoney 



Arr. 5:00 P.M. 5 



BOSTON Hon. Thomas A. Mullen 



* Stop for Night. 

§ Lunch at Eastern States Fairgrounds, 
t Lunch at Sibley Farms. 

x Dinner at Williams Tavern, Al Delmont, Host. 
X Lunch at Waltham Country Club. 
Figures in center column indicate miles between points. 



PARTICIPANTS 



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"PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON" 

His Excellency, HON. JOSEPH B. ELY 
Governor of Massachusetts, and Staff 

His Excellency, HON. WILBUR L. CROSS 
Governor of Connecticut, and Staff 

His Excellency, HON. NORMAN S. CASE 
Governor of Rhode Island, and Staff 

Brigadier General Alston Hamilton, First Corps Area, U. S. A. 
Lieutenant J. Foxhall Sturman, Aide, First Corps Area, U. S. A. 
Commander Charles H. Shaw, First Naval District 
Hon. James M. Curley, Mayor of Boston 
Hon. John C. Mahoney, Mayor of Worcester 
Hon. Dwight R. Winter, Mayor of Springfield 
Hon. Richard M. Russell, Mayor of Cambridge 
Hon. Patrick A. Duane, Mayor of Waltham 
Hon. Charles A. Lyons, Mayor of Marlborough 
Mr. Willis D. Rich, President, Sons of the American Revolution 
Mrs. Stephen Perkins Hurd, Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion of Massachusetts 
Frank E. Lyman, Massachusetts Commissioner of Public Worts 
Lexington Minute Men 
Richmond Blues, Richmond, Va. 
Putnam Phalanx 
Governor's Foot Guards of Connecticut 
104TH Regiment, Massachusetts National Guard 
Worcester Continentals 
Kiwants Club of Springfield 

George Washington impersonated by Laurance H. Hart 

Major William Jackson impersonated by Sergeant Henry E. Parkin 

Tobias Lear impersonated by Sergeant Romeo St. Pierre 

Servants impersonated by 

Sergeant Stanley Tenczar 

Corporal Antone Fonseca, Jr. 



MASSACHUSETTS COMMISSION 

FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE TWO 

HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF 

GEORGE WASHINGTON 

Authorized By An Act of Massachusetts Legislature, 1930 

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Honorary Chairman 

His Excellency 

JOSEPH B. ELY, Governor of the Commonwealth 

Executive Committee 

MAJOR ROBERT E. GREEN, Chairman, 99 Chauncy St., Boston, Tel. Lib. 8009 

ALRHONSE S. BACHOROWSKI, Esq. 

MR. ALEXANDER BRIN 

JUDGE FELIX FORTE 

PROF. ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, Chairman, Ex-Offkio and Historian 

MR. JOSEPH LEGARE 

HON. FRANCIS PRESCOTT 

MRS. CARL L. SCHRADER 

GEORGE E. HUESTIS, Executive Secretary 

Com missioners 

PROF. ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, Chairman Cambridge 

HON. FRANCIS PRESCOTT, Vice -Chairman Grafton 

JUDGE FELIX FORTE, Secretary-Treasurer Somerville 

ALPHONSE S. BACHOROWSKI, Esq Salem 

MRS. CHARLES SUMNER BIRD East Walpole 

MR. ALEXANDER BRIN Boston 

HON. JOHN P. BUCKLEY '. ' ' .Boston 

PROF. WALTER J. CAMPBELL Springfield 

MRS. WILLIAM G. DWIGHT Holyoke 

MR. GUSTAVE W. EVERBERG Woburn 

CAPT. THOMAS G. FROTHINGHAM Boston 

MAJOR ROBERT E. GREEN. Boston 

MRS. STEPHEN P. HURD. .'.' ..East Milton 

HON. JOSEPH LEGARE Lowe „ 

CAPT. THOMAS H. RATIGAN '.'.7.7.7.7.'. ..Watertown 

MRS. CARL L. SCHRADER Belmont 

PROF. FRANK VOGEL '..'..'..Jamaica Plain 



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Week of 

GRADUATION 

1932 

GRADUATES 



Boys School 



Stephen Gooch 
Thomas Hogan 
John Lindberg 
Michael Srodulski 



Southwest School 

Virginia Bowry 
Virginia Elms 
Yvette Harrington 
Robert Spiller 
Ruth Stone 
Ralph Stone 
John Winship 



Red Stone School 

Joyce Belcher 
Allan Bowry 
Alvin Bradshaw 
Charlotte Spiller 



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June 17 



SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 1932 

9:30 A.M. 

GRADUATION PICNIC — Boys School 
Leave parking space at Wayside Inn 
Drive to Duxbury 
Swimming — Lunch — Games 



MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1932 

9:30 A.M. 

GRADUATION PICNIC— Southwest School 
Leave Southwest School 
Drive to Franklin Park 
See Animals — Lunch 



6:45 P. M. 

GRADUATION BANQUET — Boys School 
Dutton Lodge Dining Hall 
Dinner — Speaking — Music 
Procure Tickets Early — Subscription $.75 



TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1932 

9:30 A. M. 

GRADUATION PICNIC — Red Stone School 
Leave Red Stone School 
Drive to Agassiz Museum — Harvard 
Visit Museum — Picnic at Fenway 

7:00 P.M. 

POPS CONCERT — Boys School 
Leave parking space at Wayside Inn 
Drive to Gainsborough Garage 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1932 

2:30 P. M. 

GRADUATION PLAY— 

Red Stone and Southwest Schools 

Red Stone School Grounds 

2:30 — The Blackbird Pie — Red Stone School 

3:15 — The Mother of Washington — Southwest School 



7:00 P. M. 

GRADUATION EXERCISES— 

Red Stone and Southwest Schools 

Southwest School Grounds 

Graduation Speeches — Singing — Presentation of Diplomas 



THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1932 i 

10:15 A. M. 

TREE PLANTING EXERCISES— Boys School 

C. How House Grounds 

Presentation of Tree by Graduating Class 

11:00 A.M. 
TREE PLANTING EXERCISES— Red Stone School 

Red Stone School Grounds 

Presentation of Tree by Graduating Class 

1:30 P. M. 
TREE PLANTING EXERCISES— Southwest School 

Southwest School Grounds 

Presentation of Tree by Graduating Class 

2:00 P. M. 

FIELD DAY — Southwest School 

Southwest School Grounds 

Field Events — Racing — Ball Game 

7:00 P.M. 

GRADUATION EXERCISES— Boys School 

C. How House Grounds 

Baccalaureate Address — Singing — Presentation of Diplomas 

FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1932 

10:00 A.M. 

FIELD DAY — Boys School 

Boys School Grounds 

Field events — Racing — Boxing — Wrestling 

2:30 P. M. 

BALL GAME — Boys School 

Boys School Grounds 

Baseball — Tug of War — Awarding of Athletic Honors 

8:00 P.M. 

GRADUATION BALL — Boys School 

Wayside Inn Ballroom — By Invitation 



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REQUEST PROGRAMME 

POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE Elgar 

PEER GYNT, Suite Grieg 

Morning Mood Anitra's Dance In the Hall of the Troll King 

LIEBESTRAUM Liszt-Herbert 

OUVERTURE SOLENNELLE, "1812" Tchaikovsky 

OVERTURE to "William Tell" Rossini 

LARGO ... Handel 

(Solo violin: J. Tiieodorowicz, Harp, Organ and Strings) 

BOLERO Ravel 

BY THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE, Waltz Strauss 

RHAPSODY IN BLUE Gershwin 

Encores — Yalsi: Triste Grieg 

Two Hearts ix : ! 4 Time Stolz 

Country Gardens Grainger 

Wintergreen for President, from "Of Thee I Sing" . . . Gershwin 



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TUFTS SENIORS HEAR 
PR LEE MCCOLLESTER 

Commencement Day Today 
at Medford College 



MEDFORD, June 12— The annual 
baccalaureate service for the member* 
of the senior class at Tufts College 
was held this afternoon in Goddard 
Chapel. Rev Dr Lee S. McCollester,- 
dean of Tufts Theological School, wa| 
the speaker; his subject was "Building 
Souls.'' 

"We describe man as body and soul, 
we think we know some facts about 
the body and the mind, but we are 
not sure what the soul is or what its 
powers are," he said. "Yet I am go* 
ing to speak about it at this t:me, be- 
cause it at least has reality in tha 
thought of men, no matter what may 
be their intellectual ideas about it. 

"I am speaking of the soul for two 
reasons: first, because those who 
founded this college believed in spirit- 
ual value .'■■nd felt that the educated 
men should inderstand religious forces; 
and second, doecause you are going out 
into a wore* condition where the bal* 
arice betwe:eo the moral and the spirit* 
ual has basn lost. It is -for you to 
bring it b^5ck to normal. We would 
not have less of material prosperity,- 
but we would have a more spiritual 
and moral power equal to the con* 
trolling of it. 

"Everything at present is tending to} 
world dimensions. We are after 4 
World Court, a world League of Na* 
tions, a world understanding of finance^ 
commerce and peace. Even religion. 
is involved. We must have before Ions 
not only a League of Nations but a- 
league of religions also, in order thatt 
al! the forces for righteousness shall 
cease fighting among themseles foi? 
special preference and power, and shall 
combine their forces for the- applica* 
tion of righteousness to every relation 
of society and trade. 

"Man must give more attention to] 
knowing his own soul and the soul o|| 
others, not least of which is an under* 
standing of the family. This is one ofl 
the most important of all understand* 
ings, for the family has been the re* 
production unity, the unit for the per* 
petuation of the race, the econom - .4 
social, progressive and spiritual m e* 
ments of mankind." 

The 76th Commencement at T * 
will be held tomorrow at 10:30 a m r% 
the outdoor auditorium between B. ■* 
lou Hall and the chapel. 

The annual senior promenade 
be held tomorrow evening in the n 
arena of the new Physical Educ: 
Building. The prom committee if) 
headed by John J. Maloney of South/ 
Portland, Me. 



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GRADUATION PLAYS 



PRESENTED 
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REDSTONE SCHOOL GROUNDS 



WEDNESDAY 

JUNE 15, 1952. 

2:50 P. M. 



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THE REDSTONE SCHOOL., PRESOITS:- 
- THE &ACKBIKD PIE - 

■ ■ 

try- Claytou R. Wise 



The Chief Cook 

The Maid 

First Huntsman 

Second Huntsman 

Feather) 

)Maici* 

Heather) 

The <j*ee# 

The Kiflg 

The Councilor 

The Poet Laureate 

The Herald 

The Headsman 

Guest 

Entertainers 



characters 



Allan Bowry 

Charlotte Spiller 

Bradley Way 

Gilbert Tighe 

Lo'ciia Bonaz?oli 

Emma Batchelder 

Joyce Belcher 

James Geehan 

..Alvin Bradshaw 

\. Cliff ora N el son 

Priscilla Kirkland 

Clifford Belcher 

Caroline Way 

Jean Geehan 
Gloria Bonazzoli 



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THE SOUTHWEST SCHOOL PRESENTS :- 



- THE -MOTHER OF WASHINGTON - 



Characters 
Madam iiary Ball Washington 

George Washington 

Madam "Betty" Washington Lewis 

Dr. Charles Idortimer 

Marquis I)e Lafayette 

Patsy 

Orderly " 



Virginia Howry 

John KBinship 

Elizabeth Kirkland 

Ralph Stone 

Parker Bartlett 

Jane Way 

Ivan Stone 



TILIE - Morning - November 11, 1781. 

SCENE - Living room in Mary Washington's 
home in Charles Street 
Fredericksburg, Virginia. 



Scene:- Garden of King's Palace 



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Graduation Exercises 

Wednesday Evening, June 15, 1932 
Seven o'clock 

Southwest School Grounds 



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PROGRAM 



OPENING ADDRESS 

Mr. Paul E. Hitchcock 

SONG — American Hymn 

Combined Schools 

CLASS HISTORY— Southwest School 

Virginia Elms 

RECITATION— Truth Never Dies 

Alvan Bradshaw and Allan Bowry 

SONGS — Orioles' Cradle and Flag Song 

Grade Four, Redstone School 

CLASS PROPHECY— Southwest School 
Yvette Harrington 



RECITATION— Life's Mirror 

Charlotte Spiller and Joyce Belcher 



SONGS — Stars of the Summer Night and Santa Lucia 

Southwest School 



CLASS WILL — Southwest School 

Virginia Bowry 



SONG— Sunset 



Redstone School 



PRESENTATION OF GIFTS— Southwest School 

Ralph Stone 



SONG — Spring Song 



Southwest School 



GRADUATION ADDRESS 

Mr. Allen F. Flynn 

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 



SONG— Now The Day is Over 

Combined Schools 



THE GRADUATING CLASSES 

Southwest School 

Ruth Stone 
Virginia Elms 
Virginia Bowry 
Yvette Harrington 
Robert Spiller 
John Winship 
Ralph Stone 



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Joyce Belcher 
Charlotte Spiller 
Alvin Bradshaw 
Allen Bowry 



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- PROGRAM - 

Bugle Gall - Assembly 

Mr. Bushnell 

Song - The Friendly Song 

Entire Assembly 

Presentation of Tree 

Michael Srodulski 



Poem - Tree Planting 

George MacCormack 

Acceptance of Tree 

Clarence Haskell 
Song - Columbia The Gem of the Ocean- 



THE FRIENDLY SONG 



When we get together, together, 

together, 
Now when we get together 

more frienaly We will be 
For my friends --are your friends 
Ana your friends are my frienas, 
Nov: when v, r e get together 

more frienaly we will be. 



Because we've been together, _:,jv' 

together, together, 
Because we've been together 

more friendly we will be. 
Y^e 1 11 make friends ana keep friends 
And keep friends ana make friends. 
Because we've been together 

more friendly we will be. 



COLUMBIA, THE GDI OF THE OCEAN 

Columbia, the gem of the oce'an, 
The home of the brave and the free, 
The shrine of each patriot ! s devotion, 
A world offers homage to thee. 
Thy mandates made heroes assemble, 
When Liberty's form stands in view; 
Thy banners make tyranny tremble . 
When borne by the red, white and blue; 

CHORUS 

When borne by the red, white and blue; 

When borne by the red, white and blue; 

Thy banners make tyranny tremble 

When borne by the red, white and blue* 

When war winged its wide desolation, 
And threatened the land to deform, 
The ark then of freedom's foundation, 
Columbia, rode safe thro* the storm: 
With the garlands of vict'ry around her, 
When so proudly she bore her brave crew, 
With her flag proudly floating before he 
The boast of the red, white and blue. 



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THURSDAY 
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11:00 A, M. 



PROGRAM 



America the Beautiful 

Assembly Singing 



The Child's World 

Recitation by Entire School 



Group of Songs by Entire School 



Mister Robin 
The Chipmunk 
Breeze of Spring 
Jolly Song 



Recitation - The Tree Bjornson 
James Geehan 



Rhythmic Band Drill 



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Tree Planting 



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THURSDAY 

JUNE 16, 1932. 

1:30 P. M. 




-PROGRAM- 



Song 



Grand Old Trees 



Entire School 



Presentation of Tree / Ralph Stone 



Acceptance of Tree Doris" Seymour 



The Tree We Plant 



Thomas Winshio 



Songs 



A Morn in Spring 
The Morning Ride 



Entire School 



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My Favorite Tree 



Dialogue 



Barbara King Marie Nelson 
Mary Bartlett Eleanor Stone 
Barbara Morton 



The Arch of Elms 



David Bentley 



Shad.e'. 



Virginia Kirkland 



Trees 



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AMERICA 



MUSICAL SELECTION— Carmen 



INVOCATION 



Rev. Fr. James H. Phalan 



REMARKS 



Mr. Hitchcock 



MUSICAL SELECTION— Meditation 

BACCALAUREATE ADDRESS 

Rev. Dr. Edwin P. Booth, P. H. D. 

MUSICAL SELECTION— Humoresque 



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My country, 'tis of thee, 

Sweet land of liberty, 

Of thee I sing. 

Land where my fathers died! 

Land of the Pilgrim's pride! 

From ev'ry mountain side, 

Let freedom ring. 

My native country, thee, 
Land of the noble free, 
Thy name I love. 
I love thy rocks and rills, 
Thy woods and templed hills; 
My heart with rapture thrills 
Like that above. 



PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 



AMERICA 



School and Guests 



BENEDICTION 



Rev. Fr. James H. Phalan 



Our father's God, to Thee, 

Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing. 

Long may our land be bright 

With freedom's holy light; 

Protect us by They might, 

Great God, our King. 



OUR PLEDGE 



"To so live that the Wayside Inn Boys School may 
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Michael J. Srodulski 
Thomas J. Hogan 
John E. Lindbergh 
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fisher folk of that bleak region. With 
Km Vent 75 young college men and 
women, paying their own expenses who 
will act as aides to. Grenfell through 
the summer. Returning next fall, these 
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tion, now numbering 1500 and found 
all over the earth. Grenfell, now 77 
years old. started out as a physician in 
New York about a half century ago. 
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a physician among the poverty-stricken 
Labrador fishermen, he gave up his 
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David, and who may some day *seend 
the throne as Edward VIII. 

Let us hope there'll be none of those 
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writers telling about "falling off a 
horse." 

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last week will tell you it takes more 
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